Another Crochet Zippered Pouch

I had so much fun making the Crocheted Zippered Pouch in this post that I just had to make another one!

You can find the free pattern here from Megmade with Love. She also has lots of other great patterns – you need to check out her website!

I used Yarn Bee Dyeworks yarn in Coral/Turquoise from Hobby Lobby to make this pouch. It was something I picked up recently when they had their amazing clearance sale on yarn, so it has been discontinued. Cotton yarn works great for these little pouches and this I Love This Cotton yarn in Pastel Print would make such a pretty pouch!

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I made this one to keep in my crocheting tote to hold my hook, scissors, measuring tape, needles, stitch markers, and other little things I may need for my current project.  I used a 7-inch zipper and crocheted until my pouch measured about 5 1/2-inches long. The only thing I did differently from the pattern on this pouch was before I slip stitched it closed, I turned it inside out. The pouches look great either way you decide to close the bottom.

I found these great charms at Bohemian Findings on Esty – they have tons of different themed charms, anything you might want to use to personalize your pouch!  I attached them to the zipper pull with a lanyard hook like these.

These really are so simple and fun to make! They have endless possibilities and can be made in any color…Christmas is coming! 😉

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

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